With his self-titled anthology series entering its 3rd season, film legend Alfred Hitchcock tried to complement it with a 2nd anthology on NBC. Suspicion, however, lasted just 1 season. Hitchcock was the executive producer, and directed a handful of episodes, including the opener, "Four O'Clock", with E. G. Marshall and Richard Long.
Actor Dennis O'Keefe was meant to be the host, but was gone after just 2 weeks. When the network recycled the show for summer reruns, Walter Abel took over as host. O'Keefe's appearance appears to have been edited off the above print.